KALISPELL, Mont. (AP) — Officials at Glacier National Park have scaled back the search for a missing man.

The Daily Inter Lake reports that 66-year-old Mark Sinclair was last seen by Logan Pass Visitor Center staff July 8.

Officials say Sinclair is still considered a missing person but the search effort has been downgraded to a “limited continuous mode.”

Officials say active searching will not occur every day in the northwest Montana park, but patrols will continue looking in a reduced capacity.

Officials say the search began July 9 for the man whose last known address was in Whitefish.

Sinclair was seen in a parking lot heading toward the Highline Trail after leaving behind his dog, unsecured vehicle and car keys.

The park will continue investigating in hopes of gathering information about Sinclair’s whereabouts.


Information from: Daily Inter Lake, http://www.dailyinterlake.com

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